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INDOLEFT News Service 2004

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-January
  1. International community must be involved in investigation of Ersa’s death - Detikcom. January 3, 2004
  2. Provincial legislative candidate diplomas being certified by military - Detikcom. January 6, 2004
  3. Youth protest domination of old faces in candidate lists - Detikcom. January 6, 2004
  4. Ryacudu’s statement reflection that TNI doesn’t want to be corrected - Detikcom. January 6, 2004
  5. Safeguarding the elections not to promote TNI’s role - Kompas. January 8, 2004
  6. Quality of elections in conflict areas under threat - Kompas. January 8, 2004
  7. Level of human rights violations in Papua still high - Kompas. January 8, 2004
  8. Burying the New Order = Burying Pancasila: Hartono - Detikcom. January 14, 2004
  9. Demonstration demands rotten politicians be taken to court - Detikcom. January 14, 2004
  10. For the sake of democracy, the PRD is not afraid of death - Reporter. January 17, 2004
  11. TNI denies issuing order to collect data on ex-PKI members - Detikcom. January 20, 2004
  12. Martial law will mean suffering for the Papuan people - Kompas. January 24, 2004
  13. PRD: All of the political parties are rotten - Detikcom. January 24, 2004
  14. Patriot Party reports the chairperson of the PRD to police - Detikcom. January 27, 2004
  15. Pancasila Patriot Party reports the PRD to police - Tempo Interactive. January 27, 2004
  16. PRD demonstrates at the National Election Commission - Tempo Interactive. January 27, 2004
  17. Lively demos against the elections and for golput in Yogyakarta - Tempo Interactive. January 28, 2004
  18. TNI to increase surveillance in Papua - Kompas. January 30, 2004

-March
  1. 120 officers convicted for crimes since martial law declared in Aceh - Serambi Indonesia. March 2, 2004
  2. Acehnese pro-democracy activist arrested in Bandung - Detik.com. March 2, 2004
  3. Rotten politicians campaign not enough: Dr Satjipto Rahardjo - Kompas. March 2, 2004
  4. Concerns that Aceh elections will not be democratic - Tempo Interactive. March 3, 2004
  5. PAN open to ex-PKI members joining party - Kompas. March 3, 2004
  6. No guarantee that elections will run smoothly: TNI chief - Kompas. March 3, 2004
  7. Protests against arrest of Aceh pro-democracy activists - Java Post. March 3, 2004
  8. Hundreds of Makassar students protest against rotten politicians - Detik.com. March 4, 2004
  9. GAM finance minister’s aide’ transferred to national police headquarters - Detik.com. March 4, 2004
  10. Parliament asks military to restrict foreign observers in Aceh - Detik.com. March 5, 2004
  11. Yogyakarta students reject Mega, Akbar, Wiranto and Tutut - Tempo Interactive. March 5, 2004
  12. Foreign election observers yet to arrive in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. March 6, 2004
  13. 1000 to commemorate International Women’s Day in Jakarta - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  14. International Women’s Day commemorated in Manado and Semarang - Tempo Interactive. March 8, 2004
  15. Activists demand 50% quota for women candidates - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  16. Women in Yogyakarta reject the general elections - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  17. International Women’s Day also commemorated in Surabaya - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  18. Demonstrations commemorate International Women’s Day - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  19. Women protest marriage law in Sulawesi - Detik.com. March 8, 2004
  20. Parliament asks military to restrict foreign observers in Aceh - Kompas. March 8, 2004
  21. International Women’s Day action demands accessible education - Kompas. March 9, 2004
  22. Foreign election observers in Aceh prohibited from entering ‘hot spots’ - Tempo Interactive. March 10, 2004
  23. Mega, Akbar, Gus Dur, Tutut & Wiranto included as rotten politicians - Detik.com. March 11, 2004
  24. Suharto appears in PKPB television advertisement - Detik.com. March 11, 2004
  25. NGOs ask Komnas HAM to investigate Manggarai killings - Kompas. March 12, 2004
  26. Hartono admits to being Suharto’s lackey - Detik.com. March 14, 2004
  27. Ten arrested following attack on Manggarai police station - Detik.com. March 15, 2004
  28. Prabowo says abducted students now support him - Kompas. March 16, 2004
  29. Students burn PPP, Golkar and PDI flags - Detik.com. March 17, 2004
  30. Sorry, people are still allergic to the New Order - Detik.com. March 17, 2004
  31. Mass campaigns don’t just need T-shirts, but money - Detik.com. March 17, 2004
  32. Ex-PKI members support Gus Dur and PKB - Detik.com. March 22, 2004
  33. Fears that New Order has set aside 5 trillion to buy votes - Detik.com. March 23, 2004
  34. Megawati and SBY have the most support: LP3ES Survey - Detik.com. March 25, 2004
  35. Komnas HAM asked to work seriously to free political prisoners - Detik.com. March 25, 2004
  36. LP3ES Survey: Most support going to Golkar - Detik.com. March 26, 2004
  37. Suharto is the richest corrupter so PKPB has a lot of money - Detik.com. March 26, 2004
  38. Law enforcement in Aceh not working - Kompas. March 27, 2004
  39. Fears that Aceh elections will not be democratic - Detik.com. March 27, 2004
  40. TNI cannot submit to civil authority: Sutrisno - Kompas. March 28, 2004
  41. Bodies of Tanjung Priok victims dumped at sea - Kompas. March 30, 2004

-May
  1. Labour groups commemorate May Day in Jakarta - Tempo Interactive. May 1, 2004
  2. Workers demonstrate at national parliament on May Day - Tempo Interactive. May 1, 2004
  3. Police chief’s sacking will not resolve UMI case: Dita Sari - Fpdra.com. May 3, 2004
  4. Simultaneous actions across the country over UMI incident - Tempo Interactive. May 3, 2004
  5. BOB solidarity action for UMI students and Bashir - Fpdra.com. May 3, 2004
  6. UMI incident a symptom of military’s reemergence - Statement by the Joint Alliance of Indonesian University Students. May 3, 2004
  7. Hundreds of students demand Indonesian police chief resign - Detik.com. May 4, 2004
  8. Demands increase for police chief’s resignation over UMI violence - Detik.com. May 4, 2004
  9. Bandung students blockade roads in protest over UMI violence - Detik.com. May 4, 2004
  10. Thousands of Palembang students demand police chief be sacked - Detik.com. May 4, 2004
  11. Hundreds demonstrate in front of national police headquarters - Tempo Interactive. May 4, 2004
  12. Surabaya students reject presidential candidate from military - Detik.com. May 5, 2004
  13. Demonstrators burn bier and effigy of Bachtiar at parliament - Detik.com. May 5, 2004
  14. Reducing martial law in Aceh to a civil emergency just a political bribe - Fpdra.com. May 5, 2004
  15. Demonstrators in Medan demand Bachtiar be sacked - Detik.com. May 5, 2004
  16. Makassar paralyzed as thousands of students demonstrate - Kompas. May 5, 2004
  17. Surabaya hit by demos rejecting military presidential candidates - Detik.com. May 6, 2004
  18. Thousands plan simultaneous demos against militarism - Detik.com. May 9, 2004
  19. TNI accused of pressuring village heads to support martial law extension - Fpdra.com. May 9, 2004
  20. Scores of demonstrators demand stop cornering police - Detik.com. May 10, 2004
  21. Anti-military demonstrations dog Wiranto and Gus Solah - Detik.com. May 11, 2004
  22. Demos against military candidates a betrayal of democracy: SBY - Detik.com. May 11, 2004
  23. SBY surprised by his own party’s program on its website - Detik.com. May 11, 2004
  24. Anti-military demonstrators pelt election commission with eggs - Detik.com. May 12, 2004
  25. Martial law has brought suffering to the Acehnese people: IKARA - Fpdra.com. May 12, 2004
  26. Aggressor states conspiring to destroy and control Indonesia: Army chief - Detik.com. May 12, 2004
  27. Acehnese demonstrators demand that Megawati revoke martial law - Fpdra.com. May 12, 2004
  28. Anti-military demonstrators tear down gates of governor’s office - Detik.com. May 13, 2004
  29. If Wiranto becomes president Suharto’s crimes will never be solved: Kontras - Detik.com. May 13, 2004
  30. If troops remain Acehnese will continue to be oppressed: GAM - Detik.com. May 14, 2004
  31. Investors doesn’t care about presidential candidates’ background - Kompas. May 15, 2004
  32. Thousands of Acehnese students demand governor be sacked - Detik.com. May 17, 2004
  33. Demands for Puteh to resign spread as civil emergency approaches - Kompas Cyber Media. May 17, 2004
  34. Papua NGO coalition opposes military candidates - Detik.com. May 19, 2004
  35. TNI will not change how security operations are conducted in Aceh: KSAD - Detik.com. May 19, 2004
  36. Simultaneous demonstrations in Makassar reject militarism - Detik.com. May 21, 2004
  37. Students & NGOs reject candidates from military and fake reformists - Detik.com. May 21, 2004
  38. Anti-military demonstrators beaten by children from the TNI - Detik.com. May 21, 2004
  39. Amien Rais: Stop the negative campaigns! - Detik.com. May 21, 2004
  40. BIN has not officially recommended Jones be expelled - Koran Tempo - May 28, 2004
  41. Photos of Wiranto, SBY and Gumelar burnt in front of parliament - Detik.com. May 31, 2004
  42. Surabaya students burn Golkar and military T-shirts - Detik.com. May 31, 2004

-September
  1. Hundreds demonstrate against criminalisation of the press in Jakarta - Detik.com. September 7, 2004
  2. Victims of 1965 tragedy sends ‘somasi’ to the palace - Detik.com. September 14, 2004
  3. Afraid she won’t be reelected, journos want group photo with Mega - Detik.com. September 19, 2004
  4. Most electricity ‘leakage’ occurring at military complexes - Detik.com. September 28, 2004
  5. People’s United Action calls for a clean, democratic, people’s government - FNPBI News. September 28, 2004
  6. Demo calls for TNI draft law to be enacted immediately - Detik.com. September 28, 2004

-October
  1. Anti-militarist demo attacked by anti-Communists in Yogya - Detik.com. October 1, 2004
  2. Anti-military demonstrator beaten black-and-blue in Bali - Detik.com. October 5, 2004
  3. United Opposition Front to take legal action following attack - Detik.com. October 5, 2004
  4. Yogya students call for soldiers’ wages to be raised - Detik.com. October 5, 2004
  5. Violence against student activists reported to Komnas HAM - Detik.com. October 6, 2004
  6. Udayana military commander: BOB actions smack of communism - Detik.com. October 6, 2004
  7. Aceh groups call for repeal of civil emergency - Tempo Interactive. October 8, 2004
  8. Draft intelligence law – BIN could become supporter of state power - Kompas. October 16, 2004
  9. Yudhoyono must repeal civil emergency in Aceh within 100 days - Tempo Interactive. October 16, 2004
  10. Human rights violations must be fully investigated - Kompas. October 16, 2004
  11. Students demonstrate as SBY interviews perspective ministers - Detik.com. October 18, 2004
  12. 25 NGO and student groups to protest SBY’s inauguration - Detik.com. October 18, 2004
  13. Yudhoyono must build a clean and productive government - Kompas. October 19, 2004 
  14. Journalists at presidential palace not as free as before - Detik.com. October 20, 2004
  15. Balinese students call on SBY keep his promises - Tempo Interactive. October 20, 2004
  16. Surabaya students demand clean, decisive government - Tempo Interactive. October 20, 2004
  17. Semarang students demand government which sides with the poor - Tempo Interactive. October 20, 2004
  18. Papuan council calls on Yudhoyono to stop military operations in Papua - Kompas. October 21, 2004
  19. New government must resolve Papua question democratically and peacefully - People’s Democratic Party statement. October 21, 2004 
  20. NGOs say new cabinet unable to make any substantial change - Detik.com. October 22, 2004
  21. Tie incident mars first cabinet meeting - Detik.com. October 22, 2004
  22. New security and politics chief prioritises terrorism, Aceh - Kompas. October 22, 2004 
  23. Yudhoyono’s economic team pro-IMF, international donors: INFID - Detik.com. October 23, 2004
  24. Home affairs officials prohibited from having relationships out of wedlock - Detik.com. October 27, 2004
  25. European Union wants to see Aceh and West Papua for themselves - Tempo Interactive. October 28, 2004
  26. Indonesia presumptuous to nominate itself as head of UN rights commission - Detik.com. October 28, 2004
  27. FPDRA rejects extension of civil emergency in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. October 28, 2004
  28. NGOs give conditional support for Indonesia’s bid to head rights commission - Kompas. October 29, 2004 
  29. Demonstrations enliven Youth Pledge Day commemoration - Koran Tempo. October 29, 2004 
  30. 34% of Yudhoyono's cabinet has links with Suharto’s New Order - Detik.com. October 29, 2004
  31. Anti-military demonstration in West Papua - Tempo Interactive. October 30, 2004
  32. Acehnese NGOs call on Yudhoyono to fulfil his promises on Aceh - Kompas. October 30, 2004

-December
  1. Government must sign UN declaration on protection of human rights defenders - Detik.com. December 1, 2004 
  2. Illegal logging costing the country 60 trillion rupiah annually - Tempo Interactive. December 2, 2004 
  3. People celebrating GAM’s anniversary will be shot on sight - Sinar Harapan. December 3, 2004
  4. TNI's weapon systems third worst in South-East Asia - Kompas. December 3, 2004
  5. Budiman Sudjatmiko and 51 activists join Megawati's PDI-P - Detik.com. December 3, 2004 
  6. Thousands of Batam workers demand wage increase - Detik.com. December 4, 2004 
  7. Don’t just stop at the person who actually murdered Munir: Kontras - Republika. December 6, 2004 
  8. Budiman Sudjatmiko: Realising our ideals impossible without a party - Sinar Harapan. December 6, 2004 
  9. United Workers' Alliance demonstrates in Jakarta over minimum wage - Tempo Interactive. December 6, 2004 
  10. Workers' Alliance demonstrates at Jakarta provincial council - Tempo Interactive. December 8, 2004 
  11. Law enforcement agencies incapable of upholding human rights: LBH - Detik.com. December 9, 2004
  12. President Yudhoyono sued for extending civil emergency in Aceh - Detik.com. December 9, 2004
  13. International Human Rights Day commemorated in Surabaya - Detik.com. December 10, 2004
  14. Government urged to protect human rights activists - Detik.com. December 10, 2004
  15. International Human Rights Day commemorated in Yogyakarta - Detik.com. December 10, 2004
  16. Munir's wife Suciwati to build international campaign - Tempo Interactive. December 15, 2004 
  17. PRD demonstrates against fuel price increases in Jakarta - Tempo Interactive. December 20, 2004 
  18. Workers' Alliance demonstrates over wages and fuel price hikes - Tempo Interactive. December 21, 2004 
  19. Fuel price increases will be the hottest issue in 2005: LSI - Tempo Interactive. December 22, 2004 
  20. President Yudhoyono's popularity declining: LSI - Tempo Interactive. December 22, 2004 
  21. TNI’s integration into department of defense will need three years - Kompas. December 22, 2004 
  22. Muhammadiyah moves to form new embryonic political party - Republika. December 22, 2004 
  23. Army businesses only generate 30 billion rupiah per year: Army chief - Tempo Interactive. December 23, 2004 
  24. Civil emergency in Aceh cannot yet be reduced to civil authority - Tempo Interactive. December 24, 2004
  25. Imparsial: 80 per cent of military businesses illegal - Tempo Interactive. December 24, 2004 

-February
  1. Wave of demonstrations at the supreme court - Tempo Interactive. February 3, 2004
  2. Rotten politicians, rotten political parties and rotten polices - Statement by the Trade Union Alliance Against Rotten Politicians, February 3, 2004
  3. Becoming a legislative candidate is really expensive - Kompas. February 4, 2004
  4. Demonstrations at the Kontras, Imparsial and PBHI offices - Tempo Interactive. February 6, 2004
  5. The 2004 elections will not answer the problem of women’s oppression - Statement by the Women’s Defense Alliance, February 7, 2004
  6. NGO alliance calls for Lampung case to be investigated - Detik.com. February 9, 2004
  7. Military to restrict election campaigning in Aceh - Kompas. February 10, 2004
  8. The people are becoming more radical - Kompas. February 12, 2004
  9. Clash with police, scores of student wounded and detained - Detik.com. February 12, 2004
  10. Fifteen students wounded in clash with police - Tempo Interactive. February 12, 2004
  11. Student action at Supreme Court turns chaotic - Tempo Interactive. February 12, 2004
  12. Demonstrators in Surabaya burn effigy of Akbar Tanjung - Tempo Interactive. February 12, 2004
  13. Yogya students condemn Supreme Court decision - Detik.com. February 13, 2004
  14. Student demonstrators reject Supreme Court’s decision - Tempo Interactive. February 13, 2004
  15. TNI waiting for government decision on foreign election observers in Aceh - Kompas Cyber Media. February 14, 2004
  16. Violence by police condemned, police chief apologises - Kompas. February 14, 2004
  17. Silent protest in Palembang against decision to release Tanjung - Tempo Interactive. February 14, 2004
  18. Demonstrations greet President Megawati’s visit to Malang - Tempo Interactive. February 14, 2004
  19. Students burn Golkar T-shirts in front of parliament - Detik.com. February 18, 2004
  20. Military accused of flirting with political parties in Aceh - Kompas. February 19, 2004
  21. Military threatens to shoot disrupters on sight during elections - Tempo Interactive. February 19, 2004
  22. MPR decree must not become the basis for election law - Kompas. February 19, 2004
  23. Alliance against rotten NGOs demonstrates at Kontras - Tempo Interactive. February 20, 2004
  24. Six activists arrested by security forces in Aceh - Komps Cyber Media. February 24, 2004
  25. Kontras condemns arrests of activists in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. February 24, 2004
  26. End martial law in Aceh – free all civilian prisoners - SAP statement February 24, 2004
  27. TNI asked to admit responsibility for disappearance of activists in Aceh- Detik.com. February 25, 2004
  28. Communists must still be watched: Akbar Tanjung - Detik.com. February 25, 2004
  29. Four activists being questioned by military in Aceh - Kompas. February 25, 2004
  30. If Ex-tapols become candidates, don’t repeat the past: Hamzah Haz - Detik.com. February 26, 2004
  31. 100 demand end to martial law in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. February 26, 2004
  32. Rizal Ramli: Akbar’s verdict planned long ago - Tempo Interactive. February 26, 2004
  33. Press release on the arrest of IMPEL members in Aceh - February 26, 2004
  34. SMUR statement on the arrest Orpad and IMPEL activists in Aceh - February 26, 2004
  35. SAP statement on the arrest of activists in Aceh - February 26, 2004
  36. Orpad statement on the arrest of Aceh activists - February 26, 2004
  37. Three Aceh activists to be charged with treason - Tempo Interactive. February 27, 2004
  38. Testimonies of Aceh pro-democracy activists on recent wave of arrests - Aceh Papua Solidarity. February 28, 2004

-April
  1. Save total reform – Build a people’s united government - Open appeal by the United Opposition Front. April 3, 2004
  2. Rais and Yudhoyono supported by their political ‘roots’ - Kompas. April 10, 2004
  3. Reject the results of the elections in Aceh and Papua - Statement issued by Aceh Papua Solidarity. April 12, 2004
  4. The democratic movements in Aceh must unite: Dita Sari - Fpdra.com. April 13, 2004
  5. Reject the election results in Aceh and Papua: SAP - Fpdra.com. April 13, 2004
  6. South Aceh’s turn to be ‘mobilised’ to call for martial law extension - Fpdra.com. April 14, 2004
  7. Three obstacles to reform will arise if SBY becomes president - Detik.com. April 16, 2004
  8. Beudoh magazine being circulated again in Aceh - Fpdra.com. April 16, 2004
  9. Aceh Ulama arrested for rejecting extension of martial law - Fpdra.com. April 16, 2004
  10. Acehnese and Papuans forced to participate in elections - Fpdra.com. April 18, 2004
  11. United Opposition Front calls for national strike on May 1 - Fpdra.com. April 18, 2004
  12. Presidential candidates have no clear political program: Dita Sari - Fpdra.com. April 18, 2004
  13. Amin Rais is a traitor to reformasi: Munir - Fpdra.com. April 18, 2004
  14. Anti-PKI demonstration at Constitutional Court - Detik.com. April 19, 2004
  15. Military involvement in politics will destroy national defense: Munir - Tempo Interactive. April 19, 2004
  16. 40 per cent of GAM forces left - Detik.com. April 19, 2004
  17. United Opposition Front rejects election results - Detik.com. April 19, 2004
  18. Saviors of the Nation Forum just a pretence: BOB - Tempo Interactive. April 20, 2004
  19. Women’s group rejects military presidential candidates - Kompas. April 24, 2004
  20. Hundreds reject results of elections in Aceh and Papua - Fpdra.com. April 26, 2004
  21. Students burn photos of presidential candidate Wiranto - Detik.com. April 26, 2004
  22. Aceh women’s organisation rejects military presidential candidate - Fpdra.com. April 26, 2004
  23. Laskar Jihad ready to be sent to Ambon - Detik.com. April 27, 2004
  24. Students burn photos of SBY and Wiranto - Detik.com. April 27, 2004
  25. Komnas HAM asked to take up issue of SBY and Wiranto - Detik.com. April 28, 2004
  26. Traditional Papuan war dance rocks UN office in Jakarta - Fpdra.com. April 28, 2004
  27. Cetro to lodge complaint over military intervention in Aceh elections - Detik.com. April 28, 2004
  28. Opposition to Neo-New Order and military candidates continues - Kompas. April 28, 2004
  29. Gus Dur is not anti-military - Detik.com. April 28, 2004

-June
  1. Bekasi residents plant trees and release fish in damaged roads - Kompas. June 1, 200
  2. Gus Solah to launch VCD on Wiranto’s case - Detik.com. June 3, 2004
  3. NGOs in lively protest over expulsion of Sydney Jones - Detik.com. June 3, 2004
  4. Makassar students burn photos of Mega, Wiranto and SBY - Detik.com. June 4, 2004
  5. PRD tramples on photos of presidential candidates at KPU demo - Detik.com. June 4, 2004
  6. Anti-rotten NGO group demands parliament support Jones’ deportation - Detik.com. June 8, 2004
  7. Sydney Jones’ supporters paid: Intelligence chief - Detik.com. June 8, 2004
  8. July 27 case, Megawati left her supporters to be attacked - Detik.com. June 9, 2004
  9. Nation-wide action against militarism planned for July 3 - Detik.com. June 10, 2004
  10. Students burn flags of three political parties in Medan - Detik.com. June 10, 2004
  11. Candidates’ posters burnt, but police save Mega’s picture - Detik.com. June 10, 2004
  12. Issuing a religious edict, students burn photos of Mega, SBY and Wiranto - Detik.com. June 11, 2004
  13. 20 LMND activist hold hunger strike rejecting the elections - Detik.com. June 12, 2004
  14. PRD: Investigate the July 27 case - Tempo Interactive. June 14, 2004
  15. Students burn photographs of five presidential candidates in Medan - Detik.com. June 14, 2004

  16. PRD: If involved in July 27 case, SBY must be disqualified - Detik.com. June 14, 2004

-July
  1. Soares accuses ABRI of Timor violence in judicial review hearing - Kompas. July 8, 2004
  2. PRD calls for golput in second presidential election round - Detik.com. July 12, 2004
  3. Worker and environment activists demonstrate at Newmont offices - Detik.com. July 23, 2004
  4. Level of participation in elections continues to decline - Detik.com. July 24, 2004
  5. Non-government organisations reject draft TNI law - Kompas. July 24, 2004
  6. July 27 commemorations in Sulawesi rejects Mega and SBY - Detik.com. July 27, 2004
  7. July 27 demonstrations in Jakarta marred by clashes - Detik.com. July 27, 2004
  8. Commemorating July 27, KPU Semarang presented with rotten tomatoes - Detik.com. July 27, 2004
  9. July 27 commemorations in Sulawesi reject Mega and SBY - Detik.com. July 27, 2004
  10. July 27 commemoration turns bloody - PRD News. July 27, 2004
  11. Opposition to draft TNI a foreign plot: Army chief - Kompas. July 28, 2004
  12. More opposition against the draft law on the TNI - Kompas. August 28, 2004

-August
  1. Militarism also a problem in and around mining operations - Detik.com. August 10, 2004
  2. Average height of Acehnese children decreasing - Kompas. August 12, 2004
  3. Eurico Gutteres’ gambling den raided by police - Detik.com. August 12, 2004
  4. Kontras protest arrest of Acehnese activist - Kompas. August 13, 2004
  5. Makassar students again reject TNI draft law - Detik.com. August 16, 2004
  6. Independence Day greeted with calls to abolish civil emergency in Aceh - Detik.com. August 16, 2004
  7. Jakarta actions oppose draft law on the TNI - FNPBI News. August 19
  8. Students protest against TNI draft law, corruption in Makassar - Detik.com. August 19, 2004
  9. More calls for draft law on the TNI to be withdrawn - Detik.com. August 23, 2004
  10. 90% of women workers experience sexual harassment - Detik.com. August 24, 2004
  11. PRD condemns PKS – calls for withdrawal of support for SBY - Java Post. August 25, 2004 
  12. 200 NGOs and social organisations decide not to vote - Detik.com. August 26, 2004
  13. Draft law on TNI a tool for Mega to win military support - Detik.com. August 26, 2004

-November
  1. NGOs concerned about plans to increase defense funding - Tempo Interactive. November 1, 2004 
  2. NGOs hope new investigation will end confusion over Buyat Bay - Tempo Interactive. November 1, 2004
  3. Papua students demonstrate for self-determination in Sulawesi - Detik.com. November 1, 2004
  4. Ministers seek input on situation in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. November 1, 2004 
  5. Government asked to resolve Aceh conflict without resorting to arms - Detik.com. November 2, 2004
  6. Civil emergency in Aceh could be extended: Widodo - Detik.com. November 2, 2004
  7. NGOs propose a three point plan to asses situation in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. November 2, 2004 
  8. PRD proposes parliamentary commissions be temporarily frozen - Tempo Interactive. November 2, 2004 
  9. Revisions to anti-terrorist law a step backwards - Kompas. November 2, 2004 
  10. Military operation blocking investigation into Papua shootings - Tempo Interactive. November 3, 2004 
  11. 80% of mental disorders in Aceh caused by the trauma of violence - Detik.com. November 3, 2004
  12. Integrated operation in Aceh to continue: Widodo - Kompas. November 3, 2004 
  13. Public figures ask Yudhoyono to form Papuan People’s Council - Detik.com. November 4, 2004
  14. Students demand corrupt cabinet members be arrested and tried - Detik.com. November 4, 2004
  15. Jakarta trade unions disagree with minimum wage decision - Tempo Interactive. November 4, 2004 
  16. NGO coalition for clean and effective parliament launched - Detik.com. November 5, 2004
  17. Yudhoyono asks former Papuan governor to help resolve Papua conflict - Tempo Interactive. November 5, 2004 
  18. Eurico Guterres visits Cipinang prison to look in on Abilio Soarez - Tempo Interactive. November 6, 2004 
  19. TNI chief has problems with military being under civilian authority - Kompas. November 9, 2004 
  20. Military says Aceh needs to remain under state of civil emergency - Detik.com. November 9, 2004
  21. United Worker Alliance rejects new minimum wage level for Jakarta - Detik.com. November 10, 2004 
  22. Operation to restore security in Aceh has yet to stop separatism - Kompas. November 10, 2004 
  23. Civil emergency in Aceh has failed: Imparsial - Kompas. November 10, 2004 
  24. Rights groups say Aceh problem must be resolved peacefully - Kompas. November 11, 2004 
  25. Civil emergency in Aceh extended to maintain ‘momentum’: Yudhoyono - Tempo Interactive. November 18, 2004 
  26. NGOs condemn Yudhoyono for breaking his promises on Aceh - Detik.com. November 18, 2004
  27. NGOs say extension of civil emergency in Aceh disappointing - Kompas. November 20, 2004 
  28. Extension of civil emergency an a-historical decision - Detik.com. November 20, 2004
  29. Threats designed to make us think TNI murdered Munir: Imparsial - Detik.com. November 21, 2004
  30. It may be that the TNI is behind the threats: Munir’s wife - Detik.com. November 21, 2004
  31. NGOs urge police to investigate threats against Munir’s family - Detik.com. November 21, 2004
  32. Munir’s murder a form of state violence: Billah - Tempo Interactive. November 22, 2004 
  33. Imparsial also sent package of rotten chicken - Detik.com. November 23, 2004 
  34. TNI chief: Don't politicise the Munir case - Detik.com. November 24, 2004 
  35. NGOs concerned about Indonesia's nomination to chair UN rights body - Kompas. November 24, 2004
  36. Demonstrators in Jakarta protest extension of civil emergency in Aceh - Detik.com. November 24, 2004 
  37. Bojong residents demonstrate demanding release of 17 colleges - Detik.com. November 24, 2004 
  38. Legal Aid Institute issues warning for rights activists - Detik.com. November 25, 2004 
  39. West Papuans forbidden to commemorate December 1 - Kompas Cyber Media. November 26, 2004 
  40. Extension of civil emergency in Aceh still necessary: Yudhoyono - Detik.com. November 27, 2004
  41. Brimob officer shot dead in clash with TNI soldiers in Aceh - Tempo Interactive. November 27, 2004 
  42. TNI officers involved in attack on Brimob post in Aceh arrested - Tempo Interactive. November 27, 2004 
  43. Yudhoyono to be sued over extension of civil emergency in Aceh - Detik.com. November 28, 2004 
  44. Conflict of business interests behind TNI-Brimob clash in Aceh - Sinar Harapan. November 29, 2004 
  45. TNI will give up business provided their budget funding is sufficient - Detik.com. November 30, 2004 

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